Wind Has Soaring Potential, Study Finds Wind alone could provide more than 16 times the electricity needs of the U.S., according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Harvard professor Michael McElroy and Revis James, of Electric Power Research Institute, discuss the challenges of harnessing wind power.
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Wind Has Soaring Potential, Study Finds

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Wind Has Soaring Potential, Study Finds

Wind Has Soaring Potential, Study Finds

Wind Has Soaring Potential, Study Finds

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Wind alone could provide more than 16 times the electricity needs of the U.S., according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Harvard professor Michael McElroy and Revis James, of Electric Power Research Institute, discuss the challenges of harnessing wind power.